Library has annual costume swap that makes lots of sense and cents!
Palm Harbor library is one of the most creative libraries I have ever seen. Not only do they have a 50's kids diner for teens (over 18 not allowed), where kids can go in to study in diner booths and at counter stools, but they have a children's rooms that is like a playhouse.
This year, for the third year in a row, the kids room hosts a dress up corner full of costumes you can try on, buy or swap. Customers Save some cash, save the planet and have a fun day playing dress-up.
The "swap" works two ways: If you bring a cotume you can swap it and if you need a costume you can buy it for a mere $5. Proceeds are used for children's programs and materials. Costumes will be on display in the Children's Room from Oct. 1-Oct. 31.
Costumes ranged from Dainty Princesses to Scary Monsters.
So, put a little green in your Halloween. Follow the lead of Palm Harbor Library and brew up a costume swap at your school, in your church, with your group or among your friends! How? See Planetpals SWAP how to.
For additional green Halloween ideas, crafts, tips, foods and fun read Planetpals halloween Journal